Meditation is a particularly valuable life skill in our fast-paced world where we are bombarded by nearly non-stop mental stimulation. It is a place we can go to renew our spirits, rest our minds, and restore our sense of purpose in life.
This book presents a guide to the theory and practice of meditation. The approach to meditation presented herein is firmly rooted in the Yoga tradition while drawing on the author's experience with meditation in other wisdom traditions as well. Whether you are new to meditation or a seasoned practitioner, this book will give you the tools you need to explore and enjoy the many benefits of this time-honored practice.
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About the Autor:
Marshall Aditya Keneipp has a deep and long-standing interest in wisdom traditions and the practical application of spiritual methods for self-realization. He has studied Yoga and other spiritual disciplines including the Gurdjieff tradition for over 47 years, and was first introduced to meditation and yoga in 1970. He has had a regular meditation and yoga practice since. He has been a student of the teaching of Baba Hari Dass since 1999, studied at the Rocky Mountain Institute of Yoga and Ayurveda in Boulder, Colorado, completed a 265 hour yoga teacher training program in 2003 at the Prana Yoga and Ayurveda Mandala in Denver, Colorado, and completed a 500 hour advanced yoga teacher training program in 2011 at Mount Madonna Center in Watsonville, California. He lives in Santa Cruz, California with his wife, Shelley.